1. Remove Exterior Hoses + Drain Remove and drain exterior hoses and drain pipes to ensure your pipes wont freeze and burst with freezing temperatures. 2. Winterize Your AC or Swap Coolers Winterize your air conditioner or swap… Read More »October’s Monthly Home Maintenance Checklist
Happy September everyone! Here is a checklist for you to keep that home in tip-top shape. 1. Flush Water Heater Flush your water heater. This removes sediment from the bottom of your tank, and makes sure the tank lasts… Read More »September’s Monthly Home Maintenance Checklist
Another month is here and that means another monthly home maintenance checklist. Read below to see how to keep your home in tip-top shape this summer.
1. Clean Ceiling Fans
- If the temperatures are warm, you’ll no doubt be using your ceiling fans. Make sure to clean them using a duster or wet cloth. You can use your manufacturer’s owners’ manual to ensure that you’re maintaining your ceiling fans properly
2. Repair Toilets
- It’s a good time to take a look at your eater levels in your toilet and check to see if your float is in the right position for a strong flush, as well as the state of the flapper in your toilet. Replace any parts that are falling into disrepair.
July is here which means another monthly home maintenance checklist for you! Keep that home of yours nice and well maintained to help avoid any incidents from occurring by checking everything off the list below.
1. Maintain Your Garage Door
- Check to make sure that your garage door is properly balanced and the coils are lubricated. Replace the batteries in your garage door opener.
2. Clean Deck
- Clean and repair your deck as needed during this time. Leaving a deck uncleaned can serve as an invitation for pests and bugs to begin living in its wood.
May is approaching fast. Here is a home maintenance checklist to prepare your home for the warm summer months.
1. Lubricate Your HVAC Fan
- Locate your owner’s manual for your HVAC system and use the suggested oil to lubricate your blower motor fan. If you don’t have your owner’s manual, you can locate the model number and brand of your HVAC system then search for the proper lubricant for your model.
2. Replace HVAC Filters
- Before starting up your HVAC system for the summer, replace the filter on your air conditioner. You should then continue to replace your filters every one to three months when the unit is in use.